Positions

Overview

  • Dr. Kimberly McCall received her B.S. Degree in Business Administration and her Masters of Public Administration from Jacksonville State University in Alabama. She has previously worked with the Birmingham City Council as a Committee Assistant with primary responsibility for community engagement in the 7th District and served as Acting Executive Director for the Birmingham Cultural Arts Committee. Dr. McCall later gained employment with the University of Alabama at Birmingham in Grants Administration and also earned her PhD from the university in Health Education/Health Promotion. In addition, to working in research/grants administration during her tenure she served as a Program Manager for the Alabama EPSCOR Program and Program Manager for the PERC Program which focused on Promoting Enhanced Research Capacity for Global Health in 50 countries. Dr. McCall has previously worked at the Tuscaloosa VA Medical Center as a Health Science Specialist in the Department of Mental Health Research. Her projects have included serving as a National Study Coordinator working with Veterans to compare Transitional Work to Supported Employment and she has served as site support for the VA CLCs Ongoing National Center for Enhancing Resources and Training (CONCERT). CONCERT is a quality improvement program focused on using frontline huddles to engage and support Community Living Centers (Geriatric Care Facilities) staff in creating high-functioning relationship-based teams to improve staff morale and focus on patient/person-centered care, thereby improving the veteran experience.


    Dr. McCall currently works as an Assistant Professor/Biotechnology Regulatory Affairs Specialist for the UAB Department of Clinical and Diagnostic Sciences. In addition, she serves as a Credentialed Course Instructor for the Community Health and Human Services Program in the UAB Department of Human Studies.
  • Selected Publications

    Teaching Activities

  • BTR620 - Food and Drug Regulation (Spring Term 2022)
  • CHHS141 - Personal Health & Wellness (Fall Term 2018)
  • CHHS141 - Personal Health & Wellness (Fall Term 2019)
  • CHHS141 - Personal Health & Wellness (Spring Term 2021)
  • CHHS300 - Ethics/policy in Human Service (Fall Term 2020)
  • CHHS300 - Ethics/policy in Human Service (Fall Term 2021)
  • CHHS350 - Human Services Professional (Fall Term 2020)
  • CHHS350 - Human Services Professional (Fall Term 2021)
  • CHHS402 - Mental Health and Stress Mgt (Fall Term 2019)
  • CHHS402 - Mental Health and Stress Mgt (Spring Term 2020)
  • CHHS415 - Case Man Hum Svs (Spring Term 2021)
  • CHHS420 - Helping Skills Human Services (Fall Term 2020)
  • CHHS420 - Helping Skills Human Services (Fall Term 2021)
  • CHHS425 - Comm Mobilization in Human Svs (Fall Term 2020)
  • CHHS431 - Plan/Implement Health Ed/Pro (Fall Term 2018)
  • CHHS460 - Management Human Services Orgs (Spring Term 2021)
  • CHHS602 - Mental Health/Stress/Wellbeing (Fall Term 2019)
  • CHHS602 - Mental Health/Stress/Wellbeing (Fall Term 2021)
  • CHHS602 - Mental Health/Stress/Wellbeing (Spring Term 2020)
  • CHHS606 - Adv Issues of Dis Prevention (Spring Term 2019)
  • CHHS621 - Health Communication & Coach (Spring Term 2019)
  • CHHS632 - Advanc Admin of Health Ed/Pro (Spring Term 2020)
  • CHHS632 - Advanc Admin of Health Ed/Pro (Spring Term 2021)
  • CHHS632 - Advanc Admin of Health Ed/Pro (Spring Term 2022)
  • HE141 - Personal Health (Fall Term 2009)
  • HE141 - Personal Health (Fall Term 2010)
  • HE141 - Personal Health (Spring Term 2010)
  • HE141 - Personal Health (Spring Term 2010)
  • HE402 - Mental Health and Stress Mgt (Spring Term 2012)
  • HE502 - Mental Health and Stress Mgt (Spring Term 2012)
  • Education And Training

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Public Health Education and Promotion, University of Alabama at Birmingham 2006
  • Master of Public Administration, Jacksonville State University 1988
  • Bachelor of Business in Business Administration and Management, Jacksonville State University 1984
  • Full Name

  • Kimberly McCall